| James Pryde - 1878
...the logarithm of the fourth term. (a) The arithmstical complement of a number is the remainder, afler **subtracting it from a number consisting of 1, with...arithmetical complement is found by subtracting it from 10.** (J) The arithmetical complement of a logarithm is easily found by subtracting its right-hand significant... | |
| De Volson Wood - Trigonometry - 1885 - 237 pages
...(A — B) 68. cosi ^4 — sin2 5 = cos (^ + B) cos (A — B) CO3 ^1 . CO8 EXPLANATlON OF THE TABLE8. **The arithmetical complement of a number is the remainder after subtracting it from** 10. 1t is often used to avoid tho necessity of subtracting one logarithm from another. 1nstead of subtracting... | |
| Charles Haynes Haswell - Engineering - 1890 - 956 pages
...Proportional Part is the difference between the given and tho nearest lesg tabular logarithm. ,. . t **The Arithmetical Complement of a number is the remainder after subtracting it from a number consisting of** i, with as many ciphers annexed as tho number has integers. When the index of a logarithm is less than... | |
| James Pryde - 1967 - 392 pages
...Ans. 52-90783. 2. Divide -6814 by -007241. Ans. 87-19792. ( 15 ) To PERFORM PROPORTIOH BT LOOARITHIIB. **Add together the logarithms of the second and third...arithmetical complement is found by subtracting it from 10.** (li) The arithmetical complement of a logarithm is easily found by subtracting its right-hand significant... | |
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